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Ticking noise in engine before engine warms up stops when warm

I have a 1999 chevy s10 zr2 pickup, when i start it it makes a licking noise until its warm

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Might be a bad lifter

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My 2000 dodge avenger does the same thing. not sure what would be "Loud", when in the car i have to turn the radio off and everything else to hear the ticking. once it warms up completely. it seems to disappear

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This is normal unless it is really loud

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